Properties of Friction Lab Report

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CAN ANY OF YOU DO IT PERFECT ? YOU NEED TO DO FULL LB REPORT , REGARDING DATA IN EXCEL FILE FOR TASK 1 AND TASK 2 , MAKE IT AS GRAPHS AND FOR TASK 3 -MAKE IT AS TABLE, I NEED WITHIN MAX 20 HRS

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Steel Box (199g) Hanger mass: 10g Added mass to box(g) Added mass to hanger Try 1 Try 2 Try 3 0 40 30 30 100 50 50 50 200 70 70 70 300 70 70 70 400 90 90 90 500 100 100 100 600 120 120 120 700 130 130 130 800 140 140 140 900 160 160 160 1000 180 180 180 Wood Box (109g) Hanger mass: 10g Added mass to box(g) Added mass to hanger Try 1 Try 2 Try 3 0 20 20 20 100 30 30 30 200 60 60 60 300 70 70 70 400 80 80 80 500 90 90 90 600 100 100 100 700 120 120 120 800 140 140 140 900 150 150 150 1000 170 170 170 Plastic Box (131 Hanger mass: 10g Added mass to box(g) 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 Plastic Box (131g) er mass: 10g Added mass to hanger Try 1 Try 1 Try 1 10 10 10 20 20 20 40 40 40 60 50 50 70 70 80 90 90 100 110 100 100 120 110 120 150 150 150 150 160 160 180 180 180 Steel Box (585g) Hanger mass: 10g Added mass to box(g) Added mass to hanger (g) Try 1 Try 2 Try 3 0 100 100 100 100 120 120 120 200 130 140 130 300 150 140 140 400 160 160 160 500 170 170 170 600 190 190 190 700 200 200 200 800 220 220 220 900 230 230 230 1000 250 240 240 Wood Box (256g) Hanger mass: 10g Added mass to box(g) Added mass to hanger (g) Try 1 Try 2 Try 3 0 70 60 60 100 80 80 80 200 110 110 110 300 130 130 130 400 140 130 140 500 160 160 160 600 180 170 170 700 170 170 180 800 190 190 190 900 200 210 200 1000 220 220 210 Plastic Box (345g) Hanger mass: 10g Added mass to box(g) Added mass to hanger (g) Try 1 Try 1 Try 1 0 60 60 60 100 80 70 80 200 100 100 100 300 110 110 110 400 120 130 130 500 150 150 150 600 160 170 160 700 180 190 180 800 200 210 210 900 230 220 220 1000 250 250 250 Steel Box (196g) Length(Hypotenuse)= 50cm Added mass to box(g) Length(Opposite)(cm) Try 1 Try 2 Try 3 0 11 10 9 100 9 9 10 200 9 9 9 300 11 10 10 400 10 9.5 10 500 9 9 9 600 9 9 9 700 9 8.5 9 800 9 9.5 9 900 9 9 9 1000 9.5 9 8 Wood Box (109g) Length(Hypotenuse) = 50cm Added mass to box(g) Length(Opposite)(cm) Try 1 Try 2 Try 3 0 18.5 16.5 18.5 100 13.5 14.5 15 200 15.5 13.5 12 300 13.5 11.5 11.5 400 12 11.5 12.5 500 12 11.5 11.5 600 12.5 11.5 11.5 700 11.5 11.5 11.5 800 11.5 12.5 11.5 900 11.5 11.5 10.5 1000 12 10.5 11 Plastic Box (130g) Length(Hypotenuse) = 50cm Added mass to box(g) Added mass to hanger (g) Try 1 Try 1 Try 1 0 13 13 13.5 100 11 12 10.5 200 10 8.5 8.5 300 9 11 7 400 10.5 11.5 11.5 500 10 10 10 600 10 11 10 700 13 8 11 800 8 13 12.5 900 9 11 10 1000 10 11 10.5

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achiaovintel
School: University of Virginia

Hey buddy, please use the below attached document.

Running Head: PROPERTIES OF FRICTION LAB REPORT

Properties of Friction Lab Report
Name
Professor
Course
Date

1

PROPERTIES OF FRICTION LAB REPORT
Table of Contents
Abstract.......................................................................................................................................... 3
Introduction ................................................................................................................................... 4
Purpose of Experiment ................................................................................................................ 5
Theory ............................................................................................................................................ 5
Methods.......................................................................................................................................... 7
Equipment ................................................................................................................................... 7
Procedure ..................................................................................................................................... 8
Task 1: Determining Static Friction coefficient using the Hanging Method. ......................... 8
Task 2: Investigating whether Friction Force is Independent of Contact Areas ..................... 9
Task 3: Inclined Slope Method ................................................................................................ 9
Results and Analysis ................................................................................................................... 10
Results ....................................................................................................................................... 10
Task 1 .................................................................................................................................... 10
Task 2 .................................................................................................................................... 10
Task 3 .................................................................................................................................... 11
Analysis ..................................................................................................................................... 11
Task 1 .................................................................................................................................... 12
Task 2 .................................................................................................................................... 13
Task 3 .................................................................................................................................... 14
Discussion .................................................................................................................................... 15
Conclusion ................................................................................................................................... 16
References .................................................................................................................................... 17

2

PROPERTIES OF FRICTION LAB REPORT
Table of Figures
Figure 1: Object on a Slope ............................................................................................................ 7
Figure 2: Hanging Mass Experimental Set Up ............................................................................... 8
Figure 3: Inclined Slope Method .................................................................................................... 9
Figure 4: Graph of F against N ..................................................................................................... 13
Figure 5: Graph of F against N for Task 2 .................................................................................... 14

List of Tables
Table 1: Task 1 Results ................................................................................................................. 10
Table 2: Task 2 Results ................................................................................................................. 10
Table 3: Task 3 Results ..........................................................................................

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Thanks, good work

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